Drunk Driving Data Gathering May Violate Rights?

Drunk DrivingGovernment-based and private organizations determined to stop the number of people on the road who continue to drive while intoxicated have a tough job when it comes to gathering the statistics needed to determine effective campaigns or where to detect efforts. And, according to U.S. News and World Report, stopping motorists blindly may not gain these agencies any extra respect. A federal survey,¬†National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drugged Driving, is being scrutinized for its “invasive” methods of gathering data, including pulling cars over without the guidelines of a regular sobriety checkpoint. Read more here:¬†Motorists criticize tactics of federal roadside survey on impaired driving as intrusive

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